On the road again Wednesday Feb. 25. It's a rainy, rainy day so a good day to get my hair cut.
We had lunch at Half Baked Oysters in Biloxi, MS. Being from the Midwest we are not used to eating oysters. Phil has never had them and I only once and they were fried in a sad. Someone suggested this place and YES, they were delicious. We got the sampler: 3 Oysters Rockefeller, 3 Orleans, 3 charbroiled and 3 Bienville. We also had gumbo. It's amazing that each time we have gumbo it is different. Very tasty and lots of seafood.
Since it was a rainy day it was a good day to go to the Biloxi Visitors Center. Here's the famous Biloxi Lighthouse. It's the only lighthouse that has a four lane highway traveling past it.
Throughout the Gulf Coast are amazing sculptures from the trees damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
We visited with Catherine and Clause from Toronto at the Visitors Center. We had met them earlier in the day at Walmart. They have been traveling in a Roadtrek for 21 years. What interesting trips they have done: to the Baja peninsula numerous times as well as throughout the U. S. & Canada.
We stayed in the parking lot of the Golden Nugget Casino.